How can you leverage technology in a crisis?

Covid-19 has posed unprecedented challenges to businesses all over the world, forcing many to pivot to online and remote working faster than they may have planned.


Aaron Marshall, Procensol’s Head of Automation, talks about how reconsidering and overhauling processes in your business can help you become more resilient to shocks

Covid-19 has posed unprecedented challenges to businesses all over the world, forcing many to pivot to online and remote working faster than they may have planned.

But it also offers many businesses an opportunity to rethink their processes and consider how they might come back stronger.

Our Head of Automation, Aaron Marshall, has shared his tips on digital transformation and the tangible benefits of digital workers in a webinar: How can you leverage technology in a crisis? Hosted by psychologist Dr Peter Hughes and digital marketing agency Cognition, the webinar examines the circumstances where deploying digital workers can drastically benefit a business’s bottom line. No longer a preserve of large organisations, automation of a process can be set up in as little as eight weeks for a fraction of the cost. To listen to Aaron, you can watch the webinar here.

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